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First, avocados took over the brunch scene, and now they’ve taken the beauty scene by storm, too. We’ve seen something similar happen with apple cider vinegar, and now avocado is the latest edible ingredient to start showing up in skin care products and hair mask formulas alike. Today, we’re focusing on the topic of avocado for hair. Can your favorite taco topping double as a hair care staple? Well, while you might not want to slather your strands in guac, maybe an avocado hair mask is a more suitable option. Keep reading to learn about whether avocados have hair care benefits and how you can incorporate products formulated with this superfood into your routine.
According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), in the context of a healthy diet, avocados have significant levels of dietary fiber, potassium, magnesium, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, folate, and vitamin B6.
So, what benefit, if any, do avocados have for your hair? Research specifically on the topic of avocado and hair is limited, but don’t forget, you can always eat them for their amazing taste or the other health benefits they offer. As for using hair products formulated with avocados, there isn’t much research about topical use either. The one thing we do know for certain is that avocado has actually been shown to have skin benefits.
According to the NCBI, avocado oil is an amazing source of enrichment for dry, damaged, and chapped skin. The oil also has known wound healing properties and possible anti-inflammatory benefits. Per another study, avocado may play a role in reducing UV damage—but don’t take that as a sign to skip sunscreen.
Backed by tons of research or not, caring for your hair with avocados is seriously trendy. Besides smashing up an avocado to give your mane a treat, there are a couple of ways you can introduce avocado to your strands if you like.
The main reason for the interest in avocados and whether they’re good for your hair is due to the rising popularity of avocado hair masks. These are often DIY creations, but we recommend looking for a hair care product formulated with avocado or avocado oil. Whether the avocado works any magic on your mane or not, a hair mask is a great way to show yourself and your hair a little TLC.
If you have an opportunity to spoil yourself with a scalp massage, you should always take it! After all, who doesn’t love to relax? Use a scalp treatment oil formulated with avocado oil for your next massage.
Looking for an excuse to eat more avocado toast? You’ve found one. According to the Cleveland Clinic, nutrition is key for your hair health, and eating healthy fats like avocados is recommended.
Next: Is Coconut Oil Good for Your Hair?
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